Phonics and Word Recognition: Assessment 2

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When a word is added to the end of another word to give it another meaning, it is called a suffix. When the word is added to the front of another word to give it another meaning, we call it a prefix. Give your students some common examples of suffixes and prefixes that we use every day. Now, read the words in the word recognition exercise and ask them to match each word with the correct suffix or prefix. The second section in this worksheet will test your little ones’ phonetic understanding. Ask them to circle the long vowel sounds among the words.

Required skills:
To resolve this worksheet, students should know what a suffix and prefix are, along with common examples of them. They should also have knowledge of long vowel sounds and be able to identify them through reading and phonetic understanding.